Dr Westendorf has published a range of peer-reviewed articles and book chapters that explore a few key themes: the role of the international community in peace processes in civil wars, issues of women, peace and security; and sexual exploitation and abuse in peace operations.
Refereed Journal Articles
Missing Voices? Women in Australian international affairsJasmine Westendorf. & Rebecca Strating, (2020), Australian Journal of International Affairs, forthcoming.
Peace negotiations in the political marketplace: the implications of women's exclusion in the Sudan-South Sudan peace process
Jasmine Westendorf. (2018), Australian Journal of International Affairs, 72(5), pp. 433-454.
Challenges of Local Ownership: Understanding the Outcomes of the International Community’s ‘Light Footprint’ Approach to the Nepal Peace Process
Jasmine Westendorf (2018), Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 12(2), pp. 228-252.
Sexual exploitation and abuse in peace operations: trends, policy responses, and future directionsJasmine Westendorf & Louise Searle, (2017), International Affairs, 93(2) pp. 365-387. This article won the prize for best article by an Early Career Researcher published in International Affairs in 2017.
Women, peace and security and sexual exploitation and abuse in peacekeeping operations
Westendorf, J. (2019) in The Oxford Handbook of Women Peace and Security, Sara E. Davies and Jacqui True (eds), Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 222-236.
Reports & Working Papers
WPS, Conflict-related Sexual Violence and Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in Peace Operations: Making sense of the missing links
London School of Economic Centre for Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series, 9/2017.
Discussion Paper: Mapping the impact of sexual exploitation and abuse by interveners in peace operations – pilot project findings
La Trobe University / Humanitarian Advisory Group, December 2016.
How to Start a Free University
Co-authored with Gerhard Hoffstaedter and Aurelien Mondon, Melbourne Free University, Melbourne, 2012.
Women, Peace and Security: Moving From Rhetoric to Action
Working Paper 2011/4, Institute for Human Security, La Trobe University, Melbourne, 2011 (51pp)